With a customer centered-care approach, Southcentral Foundation has an audiology team that consists of administrative support, audiometric technicians and an insurance billing team that allows audiologists the ability to work at the top of their license. Management provides great support and is constantly making improvements to an already comfortable work environment. Working at Southcentral Foundation, an audiologist has the opportunity to develop a rapport with on-site ENT providers that leads to a collaborative team-based approach to customer care.
Imagine working for an entire people, instead of a business. SCF can give you that job satisfaction. Come join our innovative, cutting edge, award-winning health care organization expanding the frontier of health care!
Responsibilities and Duties
Comprehensive hearing evaluations including experience with ABR, OAE and VNG test administration and interpretation.
Counseling for hearing loss and hearing loss prevention
Hearing aid evaluations and consultations
Selection and fitting of assistive listening devices, hearing aids, custom swim plugs and noise protection earplugs
Hearing aid programming and adjustments
Hearing aid repairs (in house when possible or manufacturer repair if necessary)
Electroacoustic analysis of hearing aids
Newborn hearing screening and follow up
Provide audiological assessment and individualized treatment planning for ENT and Pediatrics departments.
Provide consultation and travel to regional medical facilities throughout Alaska to ensure follow-up treatment, discharge planning and other services as needed.
Qualifications and Skills
Doctorate or Master's degree in Audiology from an accredited university audiology program.
Valid Alaska License OR must obtain prior to start date.
Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology (CCC-A) OR its equivalency.
Additional Salary Information: Intermittent position with varied shifts, will also travel to rural Alaska field clinics
About Southcentral Foundation
Southcentral Foundation’s vision is a Native Community that enjoys physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness; its mission is to work together with the Native Community to achieve wellness through health and related services. The organization has developed and implemented comprehensive health-related services to meet the changing needs of the Native Community, enhance culture and empower individuals and families to take charge of their lives.Southcentral Foundation is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley and 55 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit.Recipient of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (2017, 2011)